candidate

ˈkændɪdɪt сущ. кандидат, кандидатура, соискатель to put up a candidate ≈ выставлять кандидатуру to adopt брит. a candidate ≈ принять кандидатуру to endorse a candidate ≈ поддержать кандидатуру, одобрить кандидатуру to de-select a candidate ≈ переизбрать кого-л. defeated, unsuccessful candidate ≈ проигравший кандидат handpicked, successful, victorious candidate ≈ избранный кандидат, победивший кандидат leading candidate ≈ лидирующий кандидат party candidate ≈ кандидат от какой-л. партии successful candidate for admission to the universityпоступивший в университет victorious candidate for the party's nomination ≈ кандидат, победивший на выборах партии a candidate for the presidencyкандидат в президенты available candidateприемлемый кандидат fringe candidateмаргинальный кандидат (кандидат, который совершенно не пользуется поддержкой избирателей и не имеет шансов на успех) write-in candidate ≈ "вписанный кандидат" (его нет в списке, но за него отданы голоса избирателей во время голосования) кандидат - presidential * , for Presidency /for President/ кандидат на пост президента - the Republican * for governor кандидат в губернаторы /на пост губернатора/ от республиканской партии - * for a degree соискатель ученой степени - a * for the gallows кандидат на виселицу candidate кандидат ~ пол. кандидат ~ кандидат ~ for election парл. кандидат на выборах independent ~ независимый кандидат law-and-order ~ защитник законности и правопорядка leading ~ парл. главный кандидат leading ~ парл. основной кандидат officer ~ кандидат на должность party ~ кандидат в члены партии presidential ~ кандидат на пост президента rival ~ соперничающий кандидат takeover ~ компания, которой угрожает поглощение другой компанией

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • candidate — can‧di‧date [ˈkænddt ǁ deɪt, dt] noun [countable] 1. JOBS someone who is being considered for a job or is competing to be elected: • Candidates must have strong interpersonal skills. candidate for • They are interviewing three candidates for… …   Financial and business terms

  • candidate — I noun applicant, aspirant, aspirer, candidates, challenger, competitor, contender, contestant, designee, desirer, entrant, hopeful, job seeker, nominee, office hunter, office seeker, petitioner, political aspirant, political contestant, runner,… …   Law dictionary

  • candidate — candidate, aspirant, nominee, applicant denote one who seeks an office, honor, position, or award. Candidate is applied not only to a seeker but to one who is put forward by others or is considered as a possibility by those whose function it is… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Candidate — Can di*date, n. [L. Candidatus, n. (because candidates for office in Rome were clothed in a white toga.) fr. candidatus clothed in white, fr. candiduslittering, white: cf. F. candidat.] One who offers himself, or is put forward by others, as a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • candidate — ► NOUN 1) a person who applies for a job or is nominated for election. 2) a person taking an examination. 3) a person or thing regarded as suitable for a particular fate, treatment, or position: she was the perfect candidate for a biography.… …   English terms dictionary

  • Candidate — applicant who has fulfilled specified prerequisites, allowing the participation in the certification process (p. 3.2 ISO/IEC 17024:2003). Источник …   Словарь-справочник терминов нормативно-технической документации

  • candidate — [kan′də dāt΄, kan′dədət] n. [L candidatus, white robed < candidus (see CANDID): office seekers in ancient Rome wore white gowns] 1. a person who seeks, or who has been proposed for, an office, an award, etc. 2. a person or thing apparently… …   English World dictionary

  • candidate — c.1600s, from L. candidatus one aspiring to office, originally white robed, pp. of candidare to make white or bright, from candidus (see CANDID (Cf. candid)). Office seekers in ancient Rome wore white togas …   Etymology dictionary

  • candidate — [n] person desiring political office, job applicant, aspirant, bidder, claimant, competitor, contender, contestant, dark horse*, entrant, favorite son*, handshaker*, hopeful*, job hunter, nominee, office seeker, petitioner, possibility, possible… …   New thesaurus

  • Candidate — For other uses, see candidate (disambiguation). A candidate is the prospective recipient of an award or honor or a person seeking or being considered for some kind of position; for example: to be elected to an office in this case a candidate… …   Wikipedia

  • candidate — n. 1) to put up a candidate (for office) 2) to adopt (BE); endorse a candidate 3) (BE) to de select a candidate ( to refuse at the local level to support a party candidate adopted at the national level ) 4) a party; write in candidate 5) a… …   Combinatory dictionary

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